|Graduate Course Details|
|Title||Theoretical Principles of Occupation III|
This course will explore multiple medical conditions and theoretical principles needed to understand and treat the pediatric population. Students will examine how specific disease processes impact clients from the age of newborn to young adulthood. Problem identification skills required to assess and treat pediatric clientele will be further developed. Students are expected to understand and demonstrate the impact of pediatric illness or disability in relation to developmental characteristics, function and occupational performance. Limited to OCT Majors.
Pre-Requisites: OCT 814, OCT 813, OCT 823, OCT 811 OR OCT 412, OCT 413, OCT 611, OCT 613